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Here’s the 12 skills approach for you to resolve your conflicts constructively. Conflict Resolution Network has tested and refined these skills over many years to support you having better relationships at home, at work and in the community. And they’ll help you design much better solutions, too! Our presenter is Helena Cornelius, a professional psychologist with a wealth of conflict resolving experience. It's based on the book, Everyone Can Win. The writing team for this audio series is Hel ...
 
The Mayer Brown London Litigation and Dispute Resolution team discuss recent developments in financial litigation, and what they mean for those advising banks and other financial institutions. Time spent listening to this podcast can count towards solicitors CPD requirements. Please contact us if you require further information.
 
Listen to #audioCALM and learn how to bridge your differences with mediation. This is a series of interviews with CALM Scotland, the organisation of mediators accredited by the Law Society of Scotland. The interviews are hosted by Scott C. Docherty, an accredited lawyer mediator who practises in Dumbarton and Helensburgh with McArthur Stanton. Learn more about how mediation can help you resolve your disputes arising from separation at: calmscotland.co.uk * twitter.com/calmscotland * facebook ...
 
City Journal's 10 Blocks, a weekly podcast hosted by editor Brian C. Anderson, features discussions on urban policy and culture with City Journal editors, contributors, and special guests. Forthcoming episodes will be devoted to topics such as: predictive policing, the Bronx renaissance, reform of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, homelessness in Portland, Oregon, and more. City Journal is a quarterly print and regular online magazine published by the Manhattan Institute.
 
Through the art of storytelling, education and life experience, Matthew Brickman, President of iMediate Inc. and a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator along with his co-host Sydney Mitchell discuss mediation as well as conflict resolution & negotiations skills. Gain the knowledge necessary to negotiate your own agreement that will provide you hope and peace in your own divorce or paternity case. Questions for the show? Email: MBrickman@iChatMediation.com
 
Also available on Apple Podcasts & iHeartRadio! Broadcaster and national columnist Sean Harshey putting the complicated nonsense of the world into plain English. Current events, cultural phenomena and anything else interesting. Politically incorrect, but still a gentleman. Mostly.
 
In Thailand, the international media is the battleground for political ideas. Protests have become increasingly dramatic and well organised. In October 2008, Red-shirts, in their thousands, donated their own blood and poured it on the walls and under the gates of Government House while Yellow-shirted protesters staged a sit - in at Bangkok airport stranding thousands of tourists and bringing Thailand’s political turmoil to television screens around the world. But behind the arresting symboli ...
 
Timely Contract matches the needs of buyers and sellers for real property, contractual, construction, or water-related legal counsel with the services of experienced real estate attorneys. Our podcast is an education channel to help buyers and sellings navigate the real estate transaction waters.
 
The TEFLology Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast all about teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) and related matters, presented by three self-certified TEFLologists. We take a lighthearted look at the fields of English language teaching (ELT) and applied linguistics, with topics ranging from TESOL methodologies and approaches to current affairs and history. Email: teflology@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter @TEFLology
 
John Hodgman's Today in the Past podcast is now The Judge John Hodgman Podcast. Have your pressing issues decided by Famous Minor Television Personality John Hodgman, Certified Judge. If you'd like John Hodgman to solve your pressing issue, simply email it, along with your phone number, to hodgman@maximumfun.org. THAT IS ALL.
 
One Life Left is a radio show about videogames, only not really. We love games but we take them precisely as seriously as they deserve. 99% nonsense and 1% heart-stopping brilliance, they are all supposed to be fun and so are we. We have news, reviews and special guests, sure, but we also play game-related music and we have stupid game-related features like inappropriately dark-hearted poetry, gambling tips and chart news from a market stall. We're on the wonderful Resonance 104.4FM at 7PM e ...
 
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Ethiopia and Sudan are warning each other against worsening a historic border dispute.They have fought over the fertile Al Fashaga region for a century.Although Ethiopians have long settled there, Sudan says the area is part of its territory.Skirmishes have increased in the past two months.What's behind the flare-up?- Subscribe to our channel: http…
 
French and German wine, cognac and aircraft parts have been hit with new tariffs by the United States, as part of a long-running dispute with the European Union over subsidies to plane makers. The new tariffs are expanding a list of products which have been subject to US import levies since 2019. The French wine exporters' association estimates the…
 
First, we’re looking at why the Supreme Court cleared the Central Vista project that changes one of India’s most iconic areas and what the court said. Then, we’re looking at an investment by Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and the potential questions about conflict of interest. (15:05) And finally, a quick look at petitions in the Supreme C…
 
Saudi Arabia pledged to cut an extra 1m barrels a day of oil output in February and March, and also has agreed to end its dispute with Qatar. Plus, the FT’s US business editor, Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson, explains why businesses are making their voices heard when it comes to the Republican rebellion against the outcome of the presidential election. …
 
One of the cornerstones of global security since the Cold War is in danger of collapsing.The Open Skies treaty allows countries to fly aircraft over each other's territories and monitor military activity.However, Russia is following the U.S. by pulling out of the pact.Will the decision make the world more dangerous?And is the pact still relevant to…
 
Chaos, frustration and a whole lot of unused doses: California’s vaccine rollout to date has been even more challenging than expected, so what’s it going to take to get the Golden State back on track as Covid-19 continues to spread? We look for answers on this edition of KCBS In Depth. Guests: Victoria Colliver, California-based health reporter for…
 
Welcome back to the TEFLology Podcast! In this episode, Matthew speaks to Dr Rasha Halat. Rasha was Education Department chairperson at the Lebanese International University, Bekaa Campus, for eight years, and is currently teaching at the Lebanese University. Rasha has worked in the field of education for over 20 years, with 16 at university level …
 
With the U.S. facing domestic terrorism threats in D.C. and all 50 state capitals, President Trump meets with MyPillow CEO who was seen with notes that included reference to "Martial Law". Pelosi expected to send impeachment article to Senate next week. Investigators looking at whether members of Congress unwittingly provided tours to members of Ca…
 
Podcast host Howard Miller talks with author Kathleen Tuttle about her remarkable history of real L.A. lawyers.IN THIS EPISODE:Get MCLE content: www.dailyjournal.com/mcleInformation about the COVID and the Courts webinar: https://www.dailyjournal.com/articles/361077-covid-and-the-courtsSubscribe to the Daily Journal here: www.dailyjournal.com/dj_su…
 
Democrats Are Worried Republicans In Congress Might Kill Them, AOC Says She Narrowly Escaped Death. AOC straight up calls GOP representatives far right and other disparaging terms. But its not just Ocasio Cortez making these claims. Many other Democrats are implying that their lives are in danger because of reps like Lauren Boebert wanting to carry…
 
The messaging app WhatsApp has just announced that it will postpone planned changes to its data sharing policy after a widespread backlash. A number of corporations in the US have paused political donations in the aftermath of the riot at the Capitol on 6th January. And in France, 2020 saw a record number of companies created.…
 
President's main challenger Bobi Wine alleges vote-rigging on huge scale. Mr. Museveni has been in power for 35 years and is hoping for 6th term. Also, North Korea unveils new ballistic missile which state media describes as 'the world’s most powerful weapon', and we mark 100th anniversary of one of the greatest ever feats of stage magic.…
 
Among the highlights of US President-elect Joe Biden's proposed $1.9 trillion stimulus proposal are another round of direct payments to Americans and a hike in the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 an hour. We take a closer look at that last proposal, which comes amid growing pressure to raise wages. Also, we look at Indian farmers' talks with…
 
In this episode Matthew Brickman and Sydney Mitchell talk about sharing time throughout the holidays for children being raised in separate household. Matthew and Sydney discusses how the choices made for what essentially is the child's entire childhood are handled in a parenting plan. Discover how useful parenting plans are, how they eliminate all …
 
Biden's relief package proposal will also include $1,400 stimulus checks. A source says that President Trump refuses to resign and tells an adviser in an expletive laden talk not to compare him to Nixon. Trump seems to be consumed by his presidency unraveling as the Senate impeachment trial looms. Trump’s impeachment lawyers are planning on arguing…
 
Joe Biden plans to ask Congress for a $1.9tn economic rescue package, Federal Reserve chairman Jay Powell assures markets that asset purchases will continue, four big US banks report quarterly earnings, and far-right groups find alternative internet platforms to rally for further unrest. Plus, the FT’s Guy Chazan on who is vying to replace Angela M…
 
First, The Indian Express’s Apurva Vishwanath explains the significance of a Allahabad High Court verdict related to the Special Marriage Act, which governs inter-faith weddings. Then, Aashish Aryan explains complaints of cheating against some Indian students taking the Graduate Record Examinations or GRE. (13:55) And finally, a quick look at the e…
 
China Thinks The US Is COLLAPSING And A New Poll Shows Most Americans AGREE. In China mass demand for a 30 year old book predicting the collapse of America highlights the view of Chinese intellectuals the US is collapsing But it isn't just in China. A new poll in the US shows 4 out of 5 people believe the US is "falling apart" as conflict and chaos…
 
The number of Americans claiming unemployment benefits has risen to its highest level since August, as the pandemic continues to shutter businesses across the country. Also in this show, we look ahead to President-elect Joe Biden's plans to protect US households and boost the economy. Plus, French carmaker Renault looks to pare back production and …
 
Donald Trump is leaving office next week as the only U.S president to be impeached twice.The House of Representatives charged him with inciting an insurrection.Trump is accused of encouraging supporters to storm the Capitol last week to try and overturn Joe Biden's election win.10 Republicans broke ranks to vote for impeachment, revealing cracks in…
 
President-elect Biden welcomes the vote but doesn't want trial to delay urgent business. Mr Trump was impeached for inciting insurrection, after his supporters attacked Congress to stop it confirming his election defeat. Also: Uganda elections - Bobi Wine takes on Yoweri Museveni, and in Indonesia archaeologists find world's oldest animal cave pain…
 
Two French government ministers have announced their opposition to a potential takeover of the country's biggest supermarket chain Carrefour by the Canadian group Couche-Tard. The two companies announced they were in preliminary talks on a deal earlier this week. France's Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said a takeover was an issue of "food soverei…
 
Mitch McConnell leaves a path open to convict President Trump. Trump releases a video calling for calm, does not take responsibility for his actions, does not mention impeachment. McConnell rebuffs the democrats call for speedy impeachment trial. U.S. reports 4,300+ daily Covid deaths. President-elect Biden stayed silent after Trumps impeachment; S…
 
Donald Trump has become the first US president in history to be impeached twice, New York City cuts business ties with the Trump Organization, and the City of London has a post-pandemic recovery plan. Plus, the FT’s Beijing bureau chief, Tom Mitchell, explains what the clash between Jack Ma and Beijing means for China’s private sector. Donald Trump…
 
In this episode, first Kaunain Sheriff, who reports on health for the Indian Express, talks about how the government plans to conduct the first COVID-19 vaccination drive, and the challenges that it will likely face. And next, virologist Dr Shahid Jameel, explains the concerns around the two vaccines that are going to be used in the drive, why the …
 
Ten Republicans joined the Democrats in the House of Representatives in finding the president guilty of inciting insurrection through his words to his supporters shortly before they stormed the US Capitol building a week ago. He’ll face a Senate trial next, but what does it mean for his political influence? Also: How Indonesia's vaccination program…
 
Trump Issues Demand For NO VIOLENCE And A Peaceful Transition Ahead of Feared Armed Protests. As more reports of armed protests emerge fears of serious threats disrupting the inauguration emerge alongside. But Donald Trump has issued a statement calling on all Americans to ensure a peaceful transition. Democrats and Republicans are currently in a h…
 
As the House moves to impeach Trump—a second time—for “incitement of insurrection,” Republican support for Trump is wavering. John Nichols comments on the historic moment that is at hand. Also: Biden’s first 100 days begin January 20, and his first acts should include an executive order cancelling student debt—that’s what Astra Taylor says, she’s c…
 
It's our 500th episode! Judge Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse discuss skipping TV intros, accidentally finding jewelry, an appeal about distaste for fruit, buy nothing groups on Facebook, and the premiere of a new mashup track called "Nub Court!" Plus we hear from the litigants from our first ever case on Jordan, Jesse, Go! "Is Chili a Soup?" and the bro…
 
The global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is widening the divide between the world's rich and poor.The United Nations warns what it calls 'vaccine nationalism' is on the rise, as the U.S., Europe and many wealthier countries buy up millions of potential doses.The World Health Organization urged countries to prioritise COVAX, an initiative to secure v…
 
Happy New Year, dear listeners! Welcome to 2021 where we won't let a lockdown keep us... down... No SSG today but there's plenty to talk about, including learning valuable tricks to pull on teacher during remote learning sessions. It's not just two old men talking about Roblox, honest! Don't forget to send us your letters/emails. Let us know what y…
 
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